LED lights produce less heat, come in a variety of decorator styles, and can produce eye-pleasing lighting effects. The following tips and slideshow, courtesy of HD Supply, an online retail seller of LED products, will demonstrate how LEDs can modernize any space … even the garage.
We’ve summarized some of the tips here as well:
• Because LED lights emit less heat than incandescent bulbs they are ideally suited for showcasing wall art.
• For nighttime reading use a 50-watt to a 60-watt equivalent bulb.
• Use a bulb with a bright white color temperature for your kitchen.
• Make sure pendant lights have a 30- to 36-inch clearance above countertops and tables.
• Decorative LED lighting placed behind an entertainment center can add ambiance to a room.
• LED tape lights can be cut to fit any application.
• Position sconces beside a bathroom mirror. Choose 20-watt to 25-watt equivalent bulbs.
• Keep the light in your office no brighter than your computer screen to prevent eye fatigue.
• Use LED bulbs to saturate the area behind a headboard with a warm glow.
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